Details for NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING RELATIVE TO WILLIAMSON COUNTY'S PROPOSED BUDGET FOR 2021-2022

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING RELATIVE TO WILLIAMSON
COUNTY'S PROPOSED BUDGET FOR 2021-2022
Williamson County's Budget Committee will hold a Public Hearing on the intent to exceed the certified tax rate on June 08, 2021,
at 5:30 p.m. in the Auditorium of the W. C. Administrative Complex (1320 W. Main Street, Franklin, Tennessee).
The Board of County Commissioners will make the final decision on the proposed budget for 2021-2022 and set the tax rate at
their regular meeting to be held on July 12, 2021, 9:00 a.m. at the W.C. Administrative Complex.
Following is a synopsis of the preliminary proposed budget for 2021-2022:
PRELIMINARY ESTIMATED REVENUES, EXPENDITURES & TAX RATE

Major Function Areas
County General Fund
Solid Waste/Sanitation Fund
Drug Control Fund
Highway Public Works Fund
General Debt Service Fund
Rural Debt Service Fund
General Purpose School Fund
Central Cafeteria Fund
Extended School Program Fund

Current
2020 - 2021

PRELIMINARY
Certified Rate
2021 - 2022

Proposed
Rate
2021 - 2022

TAX RATE
0.38
0.06
0.00
0.00
0.26
0.18
1.34
0.00
0.00
2.22

TAX RATE
0.2997
0.0478
0
0
0.205
0.1439
1.0568
0
0
1.7532

TAX RATE
0.38
0.05
0.00
0.00
0.22
0.14
1.09
0.00
0.00
1.88

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE
PROPOSED BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
JULY 1, 2021 - JUNE 30, 2022
ACTUAL

Estimated Expenditures and Other Uses:
Salaries
Other Costs
Total Estimated Expenditures and
Other Uses
Estimated Beginning Fund Balance-July 1
Estimated Ending Fund Balance-June 30
Employee Positions:
SOLID WASTE/SANITATION FUND:
Estimated Revenues and Other Sources:
Local Taxes
Other Sources
Total Estimated Revenues and
Other Sources

PROPOSED

TAX RATE

2021 - 2022

2021 - 2022

79,229,227
34,062,235

102,833,103

97,446,679

113,291,462

50,776,780
50,968,593

58,565,136
56,656,493

62,339,130
55,042,648

2. Proclamation - Centennial High School, 2021 National
Champion In Junior Varsity Large Division
Sponsors: Mayor Ken Moore

101,745,373

115,221,629

117,381,778

52,755,233
54,919,881
981

54,919,881
37,144,931
983

37,144,931
33,054,615
1,010

8,302,082

7,183,015

8,257,864

1,945,641
6,422,770

2,131,998
6,047,947

2,389,557
5,253,710

8,368,411

8,179,945

7,643,267

Estimated Beginning Fund Balance-July 1
Estimated Ending Fund Balance-June 30
Employee Positions:

6,644,376
6,730,453
27

6,730,453
5,733,523
27

5,733,523
6,348,120
30

DRUG CONTROL FUND:
Total Estimated Revenues and
Other Uses

99,505

39,500

36,000

Total Estimated Expenditures and
Other Uses

52,833

170,250

170,250

Estimated Beginning Fund Balance-July 1
Estimated Ending Fund Balance-June 30

302,015
311,314

311,314
180,564

180,564
46,314

8,013,608
6,232,749
314,786
0

8,015,000
5,713,427
105,000
0

8,015,000
5,502,000
105,000
75,000

14,561,142

13,833,427

13,697,000

Estimated Beginning Fund Balance-July 1
Estimated Ending Fund Balance-June 30
Employee Positions:

GENERAL DEBT SERVICE FUND:
Estimated Revenues and Other Sources:
Local Taxes
Other Sources
Total Estimated Revenues and
Other Sources

3,987,674
8,840,899
2,500,000

4,339,235
9,291,826
1,900,000

4,486,422
9,052,740
0

15,328,573

15,531,061

13,539,162

15,041,853
15,173,614
78

15,173,614
13,475,980
78

13,475,980
13,633,818
78

33,394,027
14,853,462

37,127,332
13,392,822

49,938,870

48,247,489

50,520,154

Total Estimated Expenditures and
Other Uses

58,580,339

48,340,577

45,390,000

Estimated Beginning Fund Balance-July 1
Estimated Ending Fund Balance-June 30

22,640,259
23,770,269

23,770,269
23,677,181

23,677,181
28,807,335

6. Proclamation - Woodland Middle School, 2021 National
Champion In Small Junior High Division
Sponsors: Mayor Ken Moore
MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS
CONSENT AGENDA
All Items Under The Consent Agenda Are Deemed To Be Non
-Controversial And Routine In Nature By The Governing Body.
They Will Be Approved As Recommended By Committee Or
Staff By One Motion Of The Governing Body. The Items On
The Consent Agenda Will Not Be Discussed. Any Member
Of The Governing Body Desiring To Discuss An Item On The
Consent Agenda May Request That It Be Removed From The
Consent Agenda And Be Placed On The Regular Agenda . It
Will Then Be Considered At That Time. Staff Recommends
That Item Numbers 21-25 Be Placed On The Consent Agenda.
7. Consideration of items 21-25 on the Consent Agenda
OLD BUSINESS
NEW BUSINESS
8. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration Of Resolution 2021-47,
Consideration Of Initiating The Annexation Process And Draft
Plan Of Services For The Annexation Of 4325 Long Lane.
WS 4/27/21
Sponsors: Emily Wright, Amy Diaz-Barriga, Joseph Bryan
9. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration Of Resolution 2021-48,
Consideration Of Initiating The Annexation By Referendum
Process And Draft Plan Of Services For The Annexation Of
4432 Pratt Lane. WS 4/27/21
Sponsors: Emily Wright, Amy Diaz-Barriga, Joseph Bryan

21,463,154
27,656,180

20,514,614
6,453,734

55,364,351

49,119,334

26,968,348

Total Estimated Expenditures and
Other Uses

29,059,578

33,940,000

32,720,000

Estimated Beginning Fund Balance-July 1

16,262,627

13,302,637

23,700,000

Estimated Ending Fund Balance-June 30

43,092,060

28,481,971

17,948,348
1.09

13. Consideration Of Ordinance 2021-14, An Ordinance To
Amend The Budget Of The City Of Franklin For Fiscal Year
2020-2021. Establishing A Public Hearing For June 8, 2021.
FIRST OF THREE READINGS Finance 5/13/21, 4-0
Sponsors: Eric Stuckey, Kristine Brock, Michael Walters Young

CITY OF FRANKLIN
MEETING AGENDA
WORK SESSION
109 3RD AVE S
FRANKLIN, TN 37064
(615) 791-3217
TUESDAY, MAY 25, 2021 5:00 PM
BOARD ROOM

254,987,278
140,829,906
1,388,000
270,000

CALL TO ORDER
CITIZEN COMMENTS
Comments on agenda items may be made in person at City
Hall or by emailing recorder@franklintn.gov.
Comments will be submitted for the record.

Total Estimated Revenues and
Other Sources

386,226,868

380,658,243

397,475,184

Estimated Expenditures and Other Uses:
Salaries and Benefits
Other Costs

321,165,515
67,104,597

343,234,050
45,166,729

355,246,206
59,332,928

WORK SESSION DISCUSSION ITEMS
1. Consideration Of Special Event Permit For Franklin On The
Fourth Sponsored By The Franklin Lions Club In Downtown
Franklin On July 4, 2021.
Sponsors: Milissa Reierson, Monique McCullough

Total Estimated Expenditures and
Other Uses

388,270,112

388,400,779

414,579,134

Net transfers out

-121,043

Estimated Beginning Fund Balance-July 1
Estimated Ending Fund Balance-June 30
Employee Positions:

40,803,259
38,638,972
4,739

38,638,972
30,896,436
4,922

30,896,436
13,792,486
4916

Total Estimated Revenues and
Other Sources

10,706,761

14,355,000

105,000
3,535,000
10,475,000

14,115,000

Estimated Expenditures and Other Uses:
Salaries
Other Costs

2,525,158
9,571,009

2,746,203
11,850,322

2,693,454
11,375,000

Total Estimated Expenditures and
Other Uses

12,096,167

14,596,525

14,068,454

Transfer In

500,000

Estimated Beginning Fund Balance-July 1
Estimated Ending Fund Balance-June 30
Employee Positions:

1,216,811
327,405
128

327,405
85,880
131

85,880
132,426
133

EXTENDED SCHOOL PROGRAM:
Total Estimated Revenues and
Other Sources

5,177,469

6,380,034

4,949,050

5,114,375
642,359

6,154,305
999,683

4,556,262
382,900

5,756,734

7,153,988

4,939,162

1,729,658
1,150,393
44.0

1,150,393
376,439
44.0

376,439
386,327
48

Estimated Expenditures and Other Uses:
Salaries
Other Costs
Total Estimated Expenditures and
Other Uses
Estimated Beginning Fund Balance-July 1
Estimated Ending Fund Balance-June 30
Employee Positions:

The proposed budget may be examined at the County Mayor’s Office, 1320 West Main Street, Suite 125, Franklin, TN. between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
weekdays. All interested citizens will be given the opportunity to make written or oral comments and are encouraged to attend the Public Hearing.

16. Consideration Of Ordinance 2021-17, An Ordinance Of The
City of Franklin, Tennessee To Amend Appendix A - Comprehensive Fees And Penalties, Chapter 17 Refuse And Trash Disposal, Of The Franklin Municipal Code To Increase The Fees
For Collection Of Garbage And Refuse. Establishing A Public
Hearing For June 8, 2021. FIRST OF THREE READINGS
Finance 5/13/21, 4-0
Sponsors: Eric Stuckey, Mark Hilty, Jack Tucker
17. Consideration Of Ordinance 2021-18, An Ordinance Of The
City of Franklin, Tennessee To Amend Appendix A - Comprehensive Fees And Penalties, Chapter 23 Stormwater Management, Of The Franklin Municipal Code To Increase The Equivalent Residential Unity (ERU) Rate. Establishing A Public
Hearing For June 8, 2021. FIRST OF THREE READINGS
Finance 5/13/21, 4-0
Sponsors: Eric Stuckey, Kristine Brock, Michael Walters Young
18. *Consideration Of Resolution 2021-97, A Resolution Authorizing The Pre-Ordering Of Equipment Prior To The Commencement Of The New Fiscal Year. WS 5/25/21
Sponsors: Kristine Brock, Michael Walters Young
19. Consideration Of Resolution 2021-88, A Resolution Declaring That The City Will Adopt The Second Year Annual Action
Plan For Community Development Block Grant Funding For
The City Of Franklin, Tennessee. WS 5/11/21
Sponsors: Tom Marsh, Kathleen Sauseda
20. Consideration Of Resolution 2021-92, A Resolution To Rescind Resolution Establishing Liberty Hills Pond As A Regional Stormwater Detention Facility. WS 5/11/21
Sponsors: Paul Holzen
ALL OTHER CONSENT ITEMS
Board of Mayor & Alderman Meeting Agenda May 25, 2021
21. Consideration Of Ordinance 2021-06, An Ordinance To Replace The City Of Franklin, TN Transportation & Street Technical Standards, 2021 Edition, As Adopted By Reference In Title
16, Chapter 11, Section 16-1101 Of The Franklin Municipal Code.
SECOND AND FINAL READING WS 4/13/21
BOMA 5/11/21, 7-0
Sponsors: Paul Holzen, Jimmy Wiseman
22. Consideration Of Resolution 2021-87, A Resolution For The
City Of Franklin Employees’ Pension Plan, Providing A Cost Of
Living Adjustment To The Monthly Benefit For Retired Recipients, Effective July 2021. Finance 5/13/21, 4-0
Sponsors: Kristine Brock, Kevin Townsel
23. Consideration Of Amendment No. 2 To COF Contract No.
2020-0012, With Hazen And Sawyer For Pilot Facility Construction Phase Services For The Evaluation Of Southeast
Wastewater Capacity. CIC 4/22/21, 4-0
Sponsors: Michelle Hatcher
24. Consideration Of COF Contract No. 2020-0045 License
Agreement Between Chestnut Bend Homeowner’s Association, Friends Of Franklin Parks, Williamson County And City
Of Franklin. WS 5/11/21
Sponsors: Lisa Clayton, Shauna Billingsley
25. Consideration Of Special Event Permit For The Hot Air
Balloon Glow Event At The Park At Harlinsdale Farm To Be
Held On June 12, 2021. WS 5/11/21
Sponsors: Milissa Reierson, Monique McCullough
RECEIPT OF REPORTS AND ITEMS APPROVED ON BEHALF
OF THE BOARD

RETURN FROM EXECUTIVE SESSION
28. Actions From Executive Session

226,392,414
148,368,526
4,459,030
1,438,273

105,000
2,640,000
11,610,000

15. Consideration Of Ordinance 2021-16, An Ordinance Of The
City of Franklin, Tennessee Establishing The Municipal Property Tax Levy For The Fiscal Year 2021-2022; Providing An
Effective Date. Establishing A Public Hearing For June 8, 2021.
FIRST OF THREE READINGS Finance 5/13/21, 4-0
Sponsors: Eric Stuckey, Kristine Brock, Michael Walters Young

11. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration Of Resolution 2021-59,
Consideration Of Initiating The Annexation Process And Draft
Plan Of Services For The Annexation Of 4416 Peytonsville
Road. WS 4/27/21
Sponsors: Emily Wright, Amy Diaz-Barriga, Chelsea Randolph

241,206,588
140,870,980
2,662,167
1,487,133

107,658
2,605,370
7,993,733

14. Consideration Of Ordinance 2021-15, An Ordinance Of The
City of Franklin, Tennessee Adopting A Budget For The Fiscal
Year 2021-2022; Providing An Effective Date. Establishing A
Public Hearing For June 8, 2021. FIRST OF THREE READINGS.
Finance 5/13/21, 4-0
Sponsors: Eric Stuckey, Kristine Brock, Michael Walters Young

26. COF Contract No. 2021-0094, With Moonshine Harley-Davidson For The Police Motorcycle Lease Agreement.
Sponsors: Deb Faulkner

GENERAL PURPOSE SCHOOL FUND:
Estimated Revenues and Other Sources:
Local Taxes
State Government
Federal Government
Other Sources

CENTRAL CAFETERIA FUND:
Estimated Revenues and Other Sources:
State Government
Federal Government
Other Sources

LEGALS

10. PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration Of Resolution 2021-58,
Consideration Of Initiating The Annexation By Referendum
Process And Draft Plan Of Services, For The Annexation Of
110 Spencer Creek Road, 112 Spencer Creek Road, And 2021
Old South Berry’s Chapel Road. WS 4/27/21
Sponsors: Emily Wright, Amy Diaz-Barriga, Chelsea Randolph

12. Consideration of Ordinance 2021-09, An Ordinance To Rezone 28.91 Acres From Agricultural (AG) District To Neighborhood Commercial (NC) District For The Property Located South Of Goose Creek Bypass And East Of Goose Creek
Drive. Establishing A Public Hearing For June 22, 2021. FIRST
OF THREE READINGS FMPC 4/22/21, 8-1 WS 5/11/21
Sponsors: Emily Wright, Amy Diaz-Barriga, Joseph Bryan

0.14
23,773,993
31,590,358

4. Proclamation - Franklin High School, 2021 National Champion In Game Day Large Varsity Division
Sponsors: Mayor Ken Moore
5. Proclamation - Poplar Grove Middle School, 2021 National
Champion In Game Day Junior Non-Tumbling
Sponsors: Mayor Ken Moore

0.22
34,722,987
15,215,883

RURAL DEBT SERVICE FUND:
Estimated Revenues and Other Sources:
Local Taxes
Other Sources
Total Estimated Revenues and
Other Sources

3. Proclamation - Centennial High School, 2021 National
Champion In Large Varsity Division
Sponsors: Mayor Ken Moore

0.05
4,440,564
3,817,300

Estimated Expenditures and Other Uses:
Salaries
Other Costs
Transfer To Other Funds
Total Estimated Expenditures and
Other Uses

CALL TO ORDER
INVOCATION
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
CITIZEN COMMENTS (Open For Franklin Citizens To Be Heard
On Items Not Included On This Agenda. As Provided By Law,
The Board Of Mayor And Alderman Shall Make No Decisions
Or Consideration Of Action Of Citizen Comments, Except To
Refer The Matter To The City Administrator For Administrative
Consideration, Or To A Schedule The Matter For Board Consideration At A Later Date. Those Citizens Addressing The
Board Of Mayor And Aldermen Are Requested To Come To
The Microphone And Identify Themselves By Name And Address For The Official Board.) Comments on Public Hearing
items may be made in person at City Hall or by emailing
recorder@franklintn.gov. Comments will be submitted for the
record.

59,314,771
38,131,908

4,080,710
3,102,305

HIGHWAY / PUBLIC WORKS FUND:
Estimated Revenues and Other Sources:
Local Taxes
State Government
Other Sources
Transfer From Other Funds
Total Estimated Revenues and
Other Sources

CITY OF FRANKLIN
MEETING AGENDA
BOARD OF MAYOR & ALDERMEN
109 3RD AVE S
FRANKLIN, TN 37064
(615) 791-3217
TUESDAY, MAY 25, 2021 7:00 PM BOARD
ROOM

63,629,137
39,203,966

0.38

4,289,657
4,012,425

Estimated Expenditures and Other Uses:
Salaries
Other Costs
Total Estimated Expenditures and
Other Uses

LEGALS

COMMUNICATIONS
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
1. Consideration Of Approval Of Minutes
April 27, 2021 5:00 p.m. Work Session
April 27, 2021 7:00 p.m. Board of Mayor and Aldermen Meeting
May 11, 2021 5:00 p.m. Work Session
May 11, 2021 7:00 p.m. Board of Mayor and Aldermen Meeting
RECOGNITIONS

2019 - 2020
GENERAL FUND:
Estimated Revenues and Other Sources:
Local Taxes
Other Sources
Total Estimated Revenues and
Other Sources

ESTIMATED
AMENDED TO DATE
2020 - 2021

LEGALS

2. Consideration Of Special Event Permit For Bluegrass Along
The Harpeth In Downtown Franklin On July 23 - 24, 2021.
Sponsors: Milissa Reierson, Monique McCullough
3. Consideration Of Special Event Permit For Great Americana
BBQ Sponsored By The Franklin Noon Rotary Club At Harlinsdale Farm On August 28, 2021.
Sponsors: Milissa Reierson, Monique McCullough, Lisa Clayton
4. Consideration Of Special Event Permit For Franklin Classic
Sponsored By Mercy Community Healthcare In Downtown
Franklin On September 6, 2021.
Sponsors: Milissa Reierson, Monique McCullough
5. Consideration Of Special Event Permit For Wine Down Main
Street Sponsored By The Boys and Girls Club In Downtown
Franklin On November 5, 2021.
Sponsors: Milissa Reierson, Monique McCullough
6. *Consideration Of Resolution 2021-97, A Resolution Authorizing The Pre-Ordering Of Equipment Prior To The Commencement Of The New Fiscal Year.
Sponsors: Kristine Brock, Michael Walters Young
7. Consideration of Ordinance 2021- 07, An Ordinance To
Amend Chapter 23 Of The Zoning Ordinance Of The City of

EXECUTIVE SESSION
27. Motion to Recess Into Executive Session

SCHEDULED MEETINGS & EVENTS
May 27 3:30 p.m. Capital Investment Committee
May 27 5:00 p.m. FMPC & BOMA Joint Workshop
May 27 7:00 p.m. Franklin Planning Commission
May 31 CITY OFFICES CLOSED – Memorial Day
Board of Mayor & Alderman Meeting Agenda May 25, 2021
June 3 6:00 p.m. Board of Zoning Appeals Commission
June 8 4:30 p.m. Beer Board
June 8 5:00 p.m. BOMA Work Session
June 8 7:00 p.m. Board of Mayor and Aldermen
OTHER BUSINESS
ADJOURN
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contact the Risk Manager at 615-791-3277 24-hours prior to
the meeting.

Franklin To Redefine Substantial Damage And Substantial
Improvement Related To Cumulative Timeframe And Market
Value. FMPC 4/22/21, 9-0
Sponsors: Tom Marsh, Alex Brown, Shanna McCoy
8. Consideration Of Contract No. 2021-0108 Between The City
Of Franklin And The African American Heritage Society For
The Receipt Of Community Development Block Grant Coronavirus (CDBG-CV) Funds.
Sponsors: Tom Marsh, Kathleen Sauseda
9. Consideration To Deny Sewer Availability For Gentry Farms,
1970 New Highway 96W (Map 064, Parcel 0220 and Map 064,
Parcel 02201). Sponsors: Michelle Hatcher, Scott Andrews
10. Consideration To Deny Sewer Availability For Harding Ventures, 3021 Del Rio Pike (Map 051, Parcel 01300).
Sponsors: Michelle Hatcher, Scott Andrews
11. Consideration to Grant Sewer Availability for 1115 Holly Hill
Drive (Map 089P, Parcel 03900)
Sponsors: Vernon Gerth, Michelle Hatcher, Scott Andrews
12. Consideration Of Procurement Award To Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. Of Franklin, Tennessee In The Total
Estimated Annual Amount Of $6,237.08 For Annual Stream
Bioassessment Sampling, Testing And Identification Water And
Wastewater Contract Services For The Water Management
Department (Purchasing Office Procurement Solicitation No.
2021-011 For Fiscal Year 2022; Contract No. 2021-0117).
Sponsors: Michelle Hatcher
13. Presentation On The New City Hall Master Planning: Board
Of Mayor And Aldermen Input Session.
Sponsors: Vernon Gerth, Emily Wright, Kelly Dannenfelser
14. Update On Water Management Department Capital Investment Projects. Sponsors: Michelle Hatcher
15. Discussion Regarding Noise In Town.
Sponsors: Alderman Margaret Martin
OTHER BUSINESS
ADJOURN
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contact the ADA Coordinator at 615-791-3277 at least 24
hours prior to the meeting.

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